In a radio interview with Al Sharpton yesterday, President Obama potentially gave more ammunition to Republicans - who are looking increasingly likely to take the Senate - when he said that he doesn't mind Democrats on the campaign trail distancing themselves from him and his low approval rating.

Obama said, "The bottom line is, though, these are all folks who vote with me. They have supported my agenda in Congress. They are on the right side of minimum wage. They are on the right side of fair pay. They are on the right side of rebuilding our infrastructure. They're on the right side of early childhood education.

“So, this isn't about my feelings being hurt. These are folks who are strong allies and supporters of me, and I tell them, 'You know what, you do what you need to do to win. I will be responsible for making sure that our voters turn up.'"

On "Outnumbered" today, Harris Faulkner said this is “the height of transparency,” a tacit admission that Obama knows he is toxic for his fellow Democrats.

“His feelings are hurt,” Bernard McGuirk asserted. “Make no mistake. Absolutely, his feelings are hurt. It’s an admission by his own people that he’s a failed president.”

Andrea Tantaros disagreed, saying, “I don’t think his feelings are hurt. I actually think he thinks he did a really good job. I don’t think he’s embarrassed by his agenda at all.”

She added, “He has blamed everyone else but himself. It’s the media’s fault. He says it’s our fault because we don’t understand ObamaCare. He thinks it’s everybody’s fault but his. He’s incredibly arrogant.”

Watch the full discussion in the clip above and let us know what you think in the comments.